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The Chicago Tribune article on September's Critical Mass knowingly left out the inclusion of wheelchair users. Is this good or bad?
Bad. People with disabilities are not invisible.
Bad. Participation is only one part of inclusion. Recognition of that participation is equally important.
Indifferent. What matters is that wheelchair users participated.
Good. Inclusion means not standing out. They are just like everyone else participating in the Mass.
Good. The media usually portrays people with disabilities negatively.
Posted 7 years.
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